Soon to be a Dot Com

I am making the transition from ordinary blog account to becoming my own official dot com. I am really excited about all of the incredible opportunities that I will be able to take advantage of when I am an official website. One of the really great things is the financial opportunities thay open up when you own your domain. These include paid to post, article posting, selling advertising space and reaching a broader market. My main go-to site for all the information I need about starting a domain is web hosting rating.

This site gives a number of options from hosting servers to places to buy domain names, and a lot of articles to help you get started. This afternoon I spent some time browsing and reading to make sure that I have all my ducks in a row to get started. One article that I found particularly helpful was Understanding the Domain Game. I learned the different domain classifications and how to make them searchable. Which would best suit the needs of my business plan and what direction I see my site heading. In the next few weeks you might see some really great changes on this site, and I hope you will bear with me through the transition.

Doing the Safety Dance

Let me preface this post with saying that pretty much everyone in my house is a Facebook addict to some degree. It is isn’t quite at obsession level for me, but I do like to see what my friends are up to on a daily basis. Regan would be on Facebook 24/7 if I let her and as grown up as she is at 15…..she is also very naive. If somebody posts a link on her wall that she can click it to get a “free i-pad” then she believes it because it is from her friend. She has a very hard time seperating spam from reality. This is partly why I am so thrilled to be a part of the Trend Micro Titanium Security campaign through my good friends at bzzagent where I have been an agent for many years. For a limited time right now you can get a discount when you purchase online at the Trend website by putting in the code “BZZ30” when you check out or if you prefer to purchase it yourself instead of downloading it from online then feel free to use this printable coupon from Best Buy that will let you save $30.

So how can Titanium™ Maximum Security help protect your digital life? Here’s the scoop.

Your devices: Titanium™ Maximum Security protects your PC, Mac and even your mobile devices
Your privacy: Titanium™ Maximum Security protects against malware, spyware, spam and other threats that allow cybercriminals to steal your private information like passwords, credit card numbers or even home addresses
Your family: Titanium™ Maximum Security provides customizable tools to help you keep your kids safe online
Your data: Titanium™ Maximum Security protects and defends your data with tools like the Trend Micro Vault, Secure Erase file shredder and SafeSync secure online storage
Your social network: Titanium™ Maximum Security automatically shows you what links are safe and malicious on Facebook, Twitter and Myspace

So check this out….here is a sample facebook page and it shows the sketchy links in red and the links that are fine to click in green. Isn’t that cool!

Now I have no worries about what Ms. Regan chooses to click, and I can add my iphone and John Mark’s to our coverage at no extra cost! We will have full safety coverage on every online available thing we own…so excuse me while I take my safety dance break!